Some areas of Western Washington are still seeing minor flooding today following yesterday's heavy rainfall.
Many areas received between 0.5 to over one-inch of rain Monday, with the highest amount on the north coast. Forks picked up more than four inches of rain. Sea-Tac has now received over 8 inches of rain since the start of the year. Normal rain for the entire month of January at Sea-Tac is 5.57 inches.
The National Weather Service warned the heavy rainfall this month has made mudslides possible. We've already seen one minor mudslide in Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood earlier Monday and with more wet weather on the way, we could see more mudslides in other areas around Western Washington.
The Skokomish River in Mason County remains under a flood warning, but it is expected to recede over the next couple of days. The National Weather Service said all other flood watches and warnings have ended.
Graph: Skokomish River levels in January
Snow showers will continue in the mountains with snow levels around 1,500-2,000 feet. 3 to 6 inches of new snow may fall between today and Wednesday morning.